The Best Experience on Mt. Hood
With a shorter drive, more combined terrain, better parks and more night skiing, Mt. Hood Fusion Pass is the best experience on Mt. Hood. Plus, both resorts deliver uncrowded runs and that laidback vibe that you love.
No blackout dates
The Fusion Pass is good every day and every night the lifts are running, for the entire 2016-17 winter season! With a typical snow year, Timberline Lodge is open by Thanksgiving and runs through Memorial Day for their winter season.
Closest lifts to Portland
It all starts with the drive. And, when it comes to driving, less is more. Less driving and less time in traffic equals more time to sleep, more first chairs, and more time on the snow.
Longest season on Mt. Hood
Don’t wait for the snow to fall – start your season now with anticipated lift service October 2016 through May 29, 2017. With two mountains to choose from, and Timberline's Palmer Snowfield, lift service begins in the fall rather than in the winter – giving you all the time you need to be creative and have more fun. (Fall opening is dependent on weather and snow conditions and will have limited terrain available).
America’s largest night ski area at Skibowl
Ski and snowboard when you want to, day or night. 34 lit runs – 7 nights a week. And, Skibowl's night skiing starts at 3pm each day and is less than an hour from Portland. All that translates to more night skiing, regardless of the day.
Some of the best steeps on Mt. Hood
Skibowl has some of the best (and least known) steeps on Mt. Hood. Just a 4 minute ride to pure vertical where you can explore both the Upper Bowl and the Outback to see what we mean. Powder Magazine says, "From steeps to chutes to hucks, Skibowl offers quality over quantity with the best terrain on Hood."
Own a piece of a National Historic Landmark – Timberline Lodge
Built in 1937, there is no other place on Mt. Hood like Timberline Lodge. Grab a mug of hot cocoa, cozy up to one of the many fireplaces, and hang out with your friends after a fun day on the hill.